Manchester City's 2015-16 official kit now available in India
Manchester City's 2015-16 official kit and jersey now available in India
Manchester City’s season is looking pretty good, judging by their first two games this season, giving fans much to look forward to, and one of the main symbols of loyalty to any team in any game is of course the jersey. And Manchester City fans will wear theirs quite proudly this season, considering that all three jerseys are impeccable with regards to their design. City have always had something distinctive about their jersey in the form of the famous sky blue colour, and this season justice has been done to it, thanks to the good folks at Nike. With that in mind let’s take a look at Manchester City’s 2015-2016 kits.
The Home Kit
The home kit is of course one of Manchester City’s most distinctive characteristics, which is why it hasn’t undergone much changes over the years. The distinctive sky blue is present in all its glory once again this year, the only difference being the white strip on the sleeves as well as the polo collar, as compared to the all blue shirt last season, which gives the outfit a rather sharp look. The Nike logo as well as the Etihad logo are once again decked in a contrasting dark blue.
The Away Kit
Now here comes the most striking of all three kits. To say that Nike have done an outstanding job in designing the away kit this year would be an understatement. The away shirt gets a splash of brilliant navy blue along with lighter blue bands gracing the lower sleeve as well as a beautiful blue moon design, which is undoubtedly the standout part of the jersey. The Nike logo as well as the Etihad logo come in a lighter shade of blue along with the club crest. It wouldn’t be farfetched to say that thousands of these will fly off the shelves this campaign. City away games are surely something to look forward to because of the jersey.
The Third Kit
Manchester City have opted for a rather futuristic looking third kit this season which comes in fluorescent with dashes of black on the sleeves as well as the logos of the two respective sponsors. The club crest too gets a splash of fluorescent amongst a black background. All in all the third kit does quite well in matching the standards set by its two peers.
As usual all three kits come integrated with Nike’s Dri-Fit technology that acts as a sweat absorbent as well as a cooling agent for players in the heat of the action. Manchester City are doing an amazing job in vanquishing their opponents so far so needless to say that the fans are wearing their colours with pride. Manchester City’s Indian fanbase can grab their own kits too at a Nike store near them and what better time to make a purchase than now?